Clubhouse Dress Code
Members and their guests are
expected to be properly attired at all times.
Members are encouraged to consider
common sense, respect for tradition, modesty, and the comfort of fellow members
and their guests when making casual-attire decisions. We prefer our members
dress-up rather than dress-down when visiting the Club. While we expect that
members will use good taste and judgment, the Board has directed Club
Management to discreetly review any inappropriate casual attire decisions
directly with the member to ensure that the Club maintains a casual environment
that is enjoyable for everyone.
following items are never allowed in any club dining area:
T-shirts with slogans/pictures.
cut-off shorts, running shorts.
or halter tops.
that shows bare midriff.
jeans/pants or any other clothing cannot be cut off, overly worn or overly
pants or cargo shorts that have pockets on the sides.
pants or workout/gym attire.
Management and the Board of
Governors may modify the dress standards for the Club for specific events which
will be formally announced in advance.
Men’s shirts must have collars (no
sweatshirts or sweaters without collared shirts underneath) and be kept tucked
in at all times; turtle necks are acceptable. Shirts and appropriate footwear
are required at all times and men’s and women’s shorts must be appropriate
Country Club length.
Jackets must be worn in the Garden Room and Main Dining
Room only on Saturday evenings for men.
Casual attire is accepted in the Grill
Room, Bar, Dining Room and on the Porch, not permitted in the Garden Room.
Neat Denim is permitted Monday through Sunday, during lunch and dinner service (not allowed in the Garden Room).
Denim is not allowed in any other areas of the
Neat denim is defined as properly
sized, in excellent condition, and consistent in color. Country Club
appropriate denim does not include holes or rips, frayed material, denim
shorts, work type denim shirts, bibs, painter pants, or jeans that are worn
extremely low cut.
At no time will denim be allowed on the golf course or tennis
Members and guests are prohibited
from wearing golf shoes with any spikes in the clubhouse.